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1- Leadership Styles

Daniel Goldman Leadership
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Rohem Adagbon

on 19 March 2014

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Transcript of 1- Leadership Styles

What is leadership?
Leadership Styles
Inspiring or influencing others to work hard to accomplish important tasks
Power
Leadership styles important to manage expectations

Goleman Leadership styles:
Authoritative, Coaching, Coercive, Affiliative, Pacesetting, Democratic

Need to master each- situational
the ability to get someone else to do something you want done or to make things happen the way you want
Person Position
Leadership Theories
"Great Man"
Behavior Theory
Emotional Intelligence
Dr. Daniel Goleman
Primal Leadership
Pacesetting
Trait Theory
What is leadership?
Leadership Theories
Activity 1
Goleman leadership styles
Activity 2
Follower Behavior
Summary
Agenda
To explore core leadership theories and style examples

To identify Goleman's 6 leadership styles

To understand follower behavior for each style
Objectives
What leaders do...
Participative Theory
Lewin's
Decision making styles
Activity 1-Summary
2 Behavior Dimensions
Situational/Contingency
Transactional/Transformational
James Burns
Ph.D. degree- Harvard University
New York Times about psychology and brain sciences (12 years)
Over 10 books about psychology, education, science, and leadership
Goleman Leadership Styles
Coercive
"Do what I tell you"

Immediate compliance

EI Competency: Drive to achieve, initiative, self control

Pro: High Control, manage troublesome employees

Con: Kills new ideas, no individual employee responsibility

Climate: -ve

Coaching
"Try this"

Develop people for the future

EI Competency: empathy,
self-awareness

Pro: encourages new skills/knowledge

Con: requires time and mental energy, micro-managing

Climate: +ve
Authoritative
"Come with Me"

Mobilize towards vision

EI competency: Self-confidence, empathy, change-catalyst

Pro: Freedom to innovate, commitment to vision

Con: Not for team experts

Climate: Strong +ve
Affiliative
"People Come first"

Create harmony and build emotional bonds

EI Competency: Empathy, building relationships, communication

Pro: motivating, repairs damaged relationships, praise

Con: Lead to ambiguity, poor performance can go unchecked

Climate: +ve
Pacesetting
"Do as I do now"

Set's high standards of performance

EI Competency: Conscientiousness, drive to achieve, initiative

Pro: Quick results, lead by example

Con: Overwhelming speed & demands, burn out, low morale

Climate: -ve
Democracratic
"What do you think"

Consensus through participation

EI Competency: Collaboration, team leadership, communicate

Pro: Encourage team building & participation, flexible to change

Con: Time-consuming, slow decision-making

Climate: +ve
Activity 2: What is the best leadership style?
Follower Behaviour
Authoritative
Reflect vision back- conforming

Attention to detail

Display motivation

Initiative

Open communication
Don't ask why?

Initiative to learn by yourself

Take regular breaks- burn out

Take on extra work- capability

Consistent excellent work- feedback
Coercive
Comply Immediately

Outline capabilities

Understand extent of job duties

If extreme, transfer to different department- change duties
Affiliative
Positive attitude and relationship

Collaborative

willing to learn

team mindset

avoid confrontation
Democratic
Keep open communication

Focus on discussion

Respect ideas

Explain viewpoints
Coaching
Willingness to be influenced/influence

Suspension of judgement

Absence of posturing & defensiveness

Pay attention
Conclusion
Activity 1: Animal Leadership
Fiedler's Contingency Style
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